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Here are the FBI notes from Michael Flynn’s interview at White House

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During his fateful interview with FBI agents at the White House in January 2017, then-National Security Advisor Mike Flynn was given numerous opportunities to describe his prior conversations with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, according to new FBI interview notes released Monday.

In each instance, Flynn denied that he had spoken to Kislyak about Russian sanctions or a pending UN resolution on Israel.

Flynn pleaded guilty guilty last December to lying to the FBI agents about those conversations with Kislyak.

The FBI interview notes — known as 302s – were filed by special counsel Robert Mueller’s team in federal court in Washington DC, where Flynn is scheduled to be sentenced Tuesday. The judge in the case ordered the filing of the redacted documents because he deemed them relevant to sentencing.

In in a memo released last week prior to sentencing on Tuesday, Flynn’s attorneys claimed that agents never told him that lying to the FBI was a crime, the Associated Press reported.

“A sitting National Security (Adviser), former head of an intelligence agency, retired Lieutenant General, and 33-year veteran of the armed forces knows he should not lie to federal agents,” prosecutors fired back.

“He does not need to be warned it is a crime to lie to federal agents to know the importance of telling them the truth.”

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